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Greenwich Music Time Festival – August 20th to 23rd August 2014


Set within the grounds of the iconic Old Royal Naval College, the first Greenwich Music Time concert series in 2014 offers an eclectic mix of music over the August Bank holiday  weekend.

With all 5000 attendees seated it will a few nights  to remember next to the Thames ,  the event opens on Wednesday 20th August running until Saturday 23rd August 2014.

The final concert will feature local boy Jools Holland and his Rhythm and Blues Orchestra.


The Australian Pink Floyd Show
Wednesday 20th August


Thursday 21st August


Proms on the Thames:
Russell Watson
with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
and special Guests Rhydian & Kerry Ellis
Friday 22nd August


Jools Holland & his Rhythm & Blues Orchestra
and very special guests MELANIE C and MARC ALMOND
Saturday 23rd August

 For more information or Book Tickets , visit the GMT website here
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